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Appalachians Soundtrack [CD]
Appalachians Soundtrack [CD]

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by various artists

The Appalachians is the CD soundtrack companion piece to the public television documentary of the same name. In the midst of high-tech, cutting-edge, twenty-first century America, there exists a folk culture that keeps its history alive through song and story and picture, that embraces the new century without being engulfed by it. That place is Appalachia. This soundtrack in conjunction with the documentary traces the development of Appalachia environmentally, culturally, and musically. The soundtrack features tracks from June Carter Cash, Jeff Black, David Grisman, Tony Rice, Ricky Skaggs, The Carter Family as well as many historical tracks never before released on CD.

Music includes:

Boozefighter - GANDYDANCER

The Road To Kaintuck - CARTER CASH, June & Johnny Ca

I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home - WISEMAN, Mac

Waiting For A Train - RODGERS, Jimmie

How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times - REED, Blind Alfred

Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow - CARTER FAMILY

We're Stole And Sold From Africa - GRAHAM, Addie


Wildwood Flower - CARTER FAMILY

Down On The Banks Of The Ohio - BLUE SKY BOYS

Electricity - BURCH, Paul

East River Of Shannon (Instrumental)

Dark As A Dungeon - BLACK, Jeff

West Virginia Mine Disaster - RITCHIE, Jean

When This World Comes To An End - HAMMONS, Maggie

Amazing Grace - BELL, Rose

Hillbilly Fever - OSBORNE BROS

Old Camp Meeting Time - GRANDPA JONES

Solider Of The Cross - SKAGGS, Ricky

Price Of Progress - RINGENBERG, Jason

Wildwood Flower Instrumental - GRISMAN, David & Tony Rice